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Risk profiled funds

Illustrative asset allocations of the active funds

The pie charts below show how many different asset classes and geographic regions the active funds could be diversified across. These charts are illustrative and aim to give you an example of what the funds may look like. For the latest breakdowns and to see how the funds are diversified across underlying fund managers, please see our levels of diversification guide.

MA Active Reserve Fund

Risk Profile 2

This Fund aims: 
To achieve long-term growth from a combination of income and capital growth. It invests in corporate and government bonds, property, alternatives, cash and money markets.  

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MA Active Moderate Income Fund

Risk profile 3

This Fund aims: 
To provide a higher level of income compared with current interest rates. It invests in shares of UK and international companies and in corporate and government bonds. 

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MA Active Intermediate Income Fund

Risk profile 4

This Fund aims: 
To achieve an above-average level of income and maintain capital over the medium to long term. It invests in shares of UK and international companies and in corporate and government bonds

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MA Active Progressive Fund

Risk profile 5

This Fund aims: 
To achieve capital and income growth over the medium to long term. It invests in shares of UK and international companies and in corporate and government bonds.

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MA Active Growth Fund

Risk profile 6

This Fund aims: 
To provide capital growth over the medium to long term. It invests in shares of UK and international companies. 

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MA Active Dynamic Fund

Risk profile 7

This Fund aims: 
To maximise the value of income arising from investments. It invests in shares of UK and international companies.

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The value of your client's investment, and any income from it, can fall as well as rise and is not guaranteed. Your client may get back less than they originally invested. Furthermore, the value can fall as well as rise purely on account of exchange rate fluctuations. The Funds are allowed to invest over 35% of its assets in securities issued by a single local, national or supranational government (supranational government means an international union of different member states that share decision making, for example the European Union). Each of these funds can invest entirely in units of collective investment schemes. For further information on any of the Architas funds, please refer to the Key Investor Information document or prospectus (which is available upon request).

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